We are fortunate to have three religious communities present in our community and we invite you to discover them and get in contact with them.
Sainte-Valérie de Boileau
Bake and handicraft sale,
Saturday September 9th from 1h30 PM to 3 PM – proceeds go
to the cemetery
Comité de la fabrique
Renaud Labrecque, président
Diane Paquette sec/trés. (marguillière)
Jocelyne Décarie, secrétaire d’assemblée (marguillière)
Yolande Desjardins, (marguillière)
Monique R. Léveillée (marguillière)
Jean Magnin (marguillier)
Roger Martin marguillier)
Edwina Martin, déléguée
Église Anglicane de Ponsonby
The Anglican Church history dates back to the 1870’s when it was listed as part of the territory being serviced by the Anglican Priest in Morin Heights.
A chapel was built in 1891 and torn down in 1935. The Ponsonby Anglican Cemetery is still in use today. The Ponsonby Charge is now part of the Anglican Parish of Arundel.
Anglican services are held in Grace Church Arundel every Sunday at 11:00 A.M. and is followed each week by a luncheon in the parish hall.
More information about the Ponsonby Anglican Church can be obtained by calling.
Harold Linton, responsible for the Ponsonby Charge,
Église Unie De Brookdale
A Methodist Church was built in 1905. It became a United Church in 1924 with the union of the Methodist, Congregationalist and Presbyterian Churches. The church is under the umbrella of the Namur Pastoral Charge.
Services are held during the summer and a Christmas service is held on December 24th each year.
A major fund raiser for the church is held the first Saturday of July each year. The event is a strawberry tea and bake sale.
Greta MacWhirter is responsible for the church and can be contacted